The sight of Christian Pulisic and Timo Werner in this evening training session will sure make both Chelsea coaching team and fans happy ahead of a crucial early kickoff match this Saturday against Leicester city in the premier league.
Recall that Timo Werner have been missing from action for over three weeks and Christian Pulisic have equally missed a chunk part of the season through injury too but the good news is that both have returned to full training session.
Christian Pulisic, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz spotted in training this evening.
All Chelsea had done pretty well in the absence of this few players but we feel they would have been better if they had Pulisic, Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner all available against the likes of Burnley where they dropped two points.
Timo Werner spotted
It is now looking all good for the London club who seats at the top of the English premier league after eleven games of the season and now they have some of their best attacking talents back, with Romelu Lukaku returning few days ago to full training.
Ngolo Kante also trained too
Coach Thomas Tuchel enjoys this one
Captains on happy mood
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